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CATALOGUE OF FOSSILS 



OCCURRING IN THE 



CINCINNATI GROUP 



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OHIO, INDIANA & KENTUCKY. 



By E. O. ULRICH. 



CINCINNATI: 

Printed by James Barclay, 209 Vine Street. 



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CATALOGUE OF FOSSILS 



OCCURRING .I>~. THE 



CINCINNATI GROUP- 



OF 



OHIO, INDIANA AND KENTUCKY. 



By E. O. ULRICH. 



CINCINNATI : 

Printed by James Barclay, 269 Vine Street. ' 



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PKEFACE. 



In the following pages the author has attempted to catalogue 
all the species of fossils known to him from the Lower Silurian 
exposures in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. That many species 
occur in these strata Avhich we have failed to chronicle is cer- 
tain, but no labor has been spared to make the catalogue as 
complete as possible. The number of species by far exceeds 
that of any previous catalogue of the species of this section of 
Lower Silurian rocks. And the end is not yet, since the two 
score or more of energetic collectors about Cincinnati are con- 
tinually increasing the list by frequent discoveries of new fos- 
sils. Of the species contained in this list, at least five hundred 
and fifty are represented in my cabinet, beside twenty-seven un- 
determined forms. Many of the new species recorded in the 
list, have as yet not been published. The names proposed for 
them in my manuscript (which will be published as soon as 
it is possible) have been given. A few species which were over- 
looked, and consequently will not be found in their proper 
places, have been placed at the end of the list. 

The term Cincinnati Group, as used by me, will, I have no 
doubt, be found objectionable by many. Recent investigations, 
however, have induced me to retain the name in the sense pro- 
posed by Dr. J. S. Newberry, and have demonstrated that the 
question of the retention of that term, or the substitution of the 
names Trenton Limestone, Utica Slates aud Hudson River 
Group, is, to say the least, an open one. In the Cincinnati ex- 
posures it is an utter impossibility to mark a line of division 
between the Utica Slates and the Hudson River Group. There 
are a number of localities where a continuous section of the 
strata from low water mark in the Ohio river, to three hundred 
feet above that level, can be examined. These sections present 
no stratum that may be used or marked as a divisional one. The 
lithological characters of the lower members of this section fade 
gradually into those of the upper beds. On palaeontological 
grounds we find still less reasons for a separation of the Cin- 
cinnati Group of rocks into minor groups. Here we have an ex- 
tensive fauna belonging exclusively to the Cincinnati Group, 
since of the s ix hundr ed and si xty for ms mentioned in this cata- 
logue, nearl yTour hu~hdret!~~ha ve not~been recorded from any 
other formation"! ine remaining two hundred and seventy-five 
species occur in the Lower Silurian deposits of New York and 
Canada, and there range in time from the Chazy to the Clinton. 

In the upper six hundred feet of the Cincinnati Group, we 
find represented as characteristic fossils, at least fifty undoubt- 
ed Trenton species, none of which are found below two hum 



IV PREFACE. 



dred feet above low water mark in the Ohio river at Cincin- 
nati. In fact, of the two hundred and seventy-five species 
common to other formations, nearly three fourths of that num- 
ber would have a higher position in the Lower Silurian series of 
strata than is indicated by their range in New York and Canada. 
The difference of position of some of these species is remarkable, 
and to illustrate the assertion, a few may be mentioned. Columna- 
via halli, Nicholson (Columnaria alveolata, Hall), in New York is 
a Black river Limestone species, while in Ohio, Indiana, and 
Kentucky its range is above an horizon, equivalent to seven 
hundred feet above low water mark at Cincinnati. In New 
York, Protarea vetusta, Streptorhynchus subtentus, Orthis gubquad- 
rata, Rhynchonella capax and dentata, are truly Trenton species, 
while in the Cincinnati exposures not one has been found be- 
low the six hundred feet level. 

Facts like these, showing the great intermingling of the spe- 
cies of the Hudson River Group, Trenton, Black River, and 
Birdseye Limestones, have made me doubt the propriety of 
identifying any subdivision of the Cincinnati Group with any 
of the Lower Silurian divisions of the East. As a provisional 
compromise, I have appended a column of ranges. The plan 
employed may be explained as follows : As is well known, 
the thickness of that portion of the Cincinnati Group, above 
low water mark in the Ohio River at Cincinnati, is about 
eight hundred feet. This thickness, for convenience sake, I 
have divided into eight equal parts, each comprising one hun- 
dred feet of strata. All species restricted to beds below the 
lowest of this series have been marked ''below 0." For exam- 
ple, we may take Leptobolus lepis, Hall, range, — 1, signify- 
ing, from lowest bed to one hundred feet above; Col- 
umnaria alveolata, Goldfuss, range, 7 — 8, i. e., from seven 
hundred feet above the low water mark layer to eight hun- 
dred feet above the same stratum ; Orthis clytie, Hall, range, 
below ; this species is found at Frankfort, Ky., in lower 
strata than any exposed at Cincinnati. The range of each 
species, as given, must be looked upon as approximate, since 
I have no doubt that the majority of the limits will, in course 
of time, be materially changed. The column was mainly pre- 
pared for the convenience of collectors, and may be quite 
useful to them. All that is claimed, so far as the accuracy 
of the ranges is concerned, is, that the species either was 
found by me within the limits stated, or I have used the in- 
formation received from good authority that certain species can 
be found at the given elevations in the series. 



ROBERT T, JACKSON. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 



PLANTiE. 



Order ALG^;. 
Genus Buthotrephis, Hall. 

Range. 

1. B. gracilis, Hall 0—8 

2. B. gracilis, var. crassa, Hall — 8 

3. B. ramulosa, S. A. Miller 0—1 

4. B. succulens, Hall 3 — 5 

Genus Pal^eopiiycus, Hall. 

5. P. flexuosum, James 1 — 2 

6. P. ornatum, Ulrich 3— G 

7. P. sculptum, Ulrich 3— G 

8. P. tubulare, Hall 2—6 

Genus Licrophycus, Billings. 

9. L. flabellum, Miller & Dyer 3—6 

Genus Chlcephycus, Miller & Dyer. 

10. C. plumosum, Miller & Dyer — 2 

Genus Aristophycus, Miller & Dyer. 

11. A. ramosum, Miller & Dyer 3 — 5 

12. A. ramosum, var. germanum, Miller &Dyer. . . . 3—5 



2 CATALOGUE OF 

Genus Trichophycus, Miller & Dyer. 

Range. 

13. T. lanosum, Miller & Dyer 6—7 

14. T. sulcatum, Miller & Dyer 0—2 

14a. T. venosum, S. A. Miller 3—6 

Genus Dactylophycus, Miller & Dver. 

15. D. quadripartitum, Miller & Dyer 0—2 

16. D. tridigitatum, Miller & Dyer 0—2 

Genus Heliophycus, Miller & Dyer. 

17. H. stelliforme, Miller & Dyer 3—5 

Genus Arthraria, Billings. 

18. A. bielavata, S. A. Miller 0—6 

Genus Saccophycus, James. 

19. S. intortum, James near 6 ? 

Genus Lockeia, James. 

20. L. siliquaria, James — 1 

Genus Eusophycus, Hall. 

21. K. asperum, S. A, Miller near 4 

22. K. bilobatum,'Hall 0—8 

23. K. pudicum, Hall 2—8 

Genus Blastophycus, Miller & Dyer. 

24. B. diadematum, Miller & Dyer near 4 

Genus Conostichus, Lesquereux. 

25. C. truncatus, Ulrich 4 — 5 

Genus Dystactophycus, Miller & Dver. 

26. D. mammillanum, Miller & Dyer 4 — 7 

Genus Scolithus, Haldeman. 

27. S. linearis, Haldeman ? 

28. S. tuberosus, Miller & Dyer near 3 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 3 

Genus Discophycus, Walcott. 

Range. 

29. D. typicalis, Walcott near 3 

Genus Cyclophycus, Ulrich. 

30. C. laterale, Ulrich near 3^ 

Order EQUISETACE^E. 

Genus Sphenophyllum, Brongniart. 

31. S. primaivum, Lesquereux 1 — 4 

Order LYCOPODIACE^E. 

Genus Protostigma, Lesquereux. 

32. P. sigillaroides, Lesquereux 2 — 6 



PEOTOZOA. 

Order SPONGIDA. 
Genus Astylospongia, Roemer. 

33. A. globosa, Ulrich 5—7 

34. A. tumida, James near 3? 

Genus Microspongia, Miller & Dyer. 

35. M. gregaria, Miller & Dyer 3 — 7 

36. M. irregularis, Ulrich 5 — 6 

Genus Eospongia, Billings. 

37. E. (?) communis, Ulrich near 6 

38. E. turnerensis, Ulrich ... near 6 

Genus Calathium, Billings. 
38a. C. obliquum, Ulrich near S 

Genus Tricholites, Ulrich. 

39. T. typicalis, Ulrich near 4 



4 CATALOGUE OF 

Genus Streptospongia, Ulrich. 

Range. 

40. S. confusa, Ulrich near 4 

41. S. labyrinthica, Ulrich 7 — 8 

Genus Heterospongia, Ulrich. 

42. H. aspera, Ulrich 7—8 

43. II. knotti, Ulrich 7—8 

44. H. nodulosa, Ulrich near 6 

45. H. subramosa, Ulrich 4—8 

Genus Cystospongia, Ulrich. 

46. C. tuberosa, Ulrich 7—8 

Genus Stromatocerium. Hall. 

47. S. rugosum, Hall below 

Genus Eridostroma, Ulrich. 

48. E. densa, Ulrich 0— y 2 

49. E. ( ?) densissiraa, Ulrich 7—8 

Genus Crateripora, Ulrich. 

50. C. ereeta, Ulrich 3 — 5 

51. C. lineata, Ulrich 1 — 4 

52. C. lineata, var. expansa, Ulrich — 5 

Genus Nullipora, Lamark. 

53. N. ( ?) crustulata, Ulrich 2—7 



OGELENTEEATA. 



ZOANTHARIA RUGOSA, 



Family CYATHOPHYLLID^. 

Genus Pal^ophylltjm, Billings. 

54. P. divaricans,',Nicholson 6 — 7 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 5 

Genus Streptelasma, Hall. 

Range. 

55. S. corniculum, Hall 6 — 7 

56. S. sessile, Ulrich near 8 

Genus Zaphrentis, Rafinesque. 

57. Z. ohioensis, James 4 — ? 

Family COLUMNARID^E. 

Genus Columnaria, Goldfuss. 

58. C. alveolata, Goldfuss 7—8 

Syn. — Favistella stellata, Hall. 

59. C. halli, Nicholson 7—8 

60. C. caliciua, Nicholson ..... 7 — 8 

Syn. — C. herteeri, Rominger. 



ZO ANTHARIA PERFORATA. 



Family FAVOSITID^E. 

Genus Favosites, Lamark. 

61. F. Gothlandica ( ?) Lamark* ? 

Genus Alveolites, Lamark. 

62. A. granulosus, James 5 — 7 

Genus Columnopora, Nicholson. 

63. C. crihriformis, Nicholson 7 — 8 

Syn. — Houqhtonia huronica, Rominger. 

64. C. parva, Ulrich 6—? 

Family PROTAREID^. 

Genus Protarea, Edwards & Haime. 

65. p. vetusta 5—8 ? 

66. P. vetusta, var. verneuili, Edwards & Haime. . 6? 

* That this species occurs in the Cincinnati Grroup is very doubtful. 



CATALOGUE OF 



Family BEATRICID^E. 
Genus Beatricea, Billings. 

Range. 

67. B. nodulosa, Billings 7—8 

68. B. undulata, Billings 7—8 

69. B. subplana, Ulrich 7—8 

70. B. marionensis, Ulrich 7 — 8 



ALCYONARIA. 



Family GRAPTOLITID^E. 

Genus Graptolithus, Linnaeus. 

71. G. gracilis, Hall 0—2 

72. G. tenuis ( ?) Portlock 0—1 

Genus Dendrograptus, Hall. 

73. D. tenuiramosus, Walcott — 2 

74. D. gracillimus, Lesquereux 0—3 

Genus Dicranograptus, Hall. 

75. D. rainosus, Hall — y 2 

Genus Diplograptus, Hall. 

76. D. whitfieldi, Hall 0— y 2 

77. D. spinulosus, Hall — J£ 

Genus Climacograptus, Hall. 

78. C. typicalis, Hall 0—2 

79. C. bicornis, Hall 0—4 

Genus Dictyonema, Hall. 

80. D. irregulare, Hall near 2 

Genus Dictyograptus, Ulrich. 

81. D. reticulatus, Ulrich 1 — 4 

Genus Inocaulis, Hall. 

82. I. arbuscula, Ulrich 1 — 2 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 



Genus Megalograptus, S. A. Miller. 

Range. 

83. M. welchi, S. A. Miller 0—7 

Family TETRADIID^E. 

Genus Tetradium, Dana. 

84. T. fibratum, Safford 7—8 

85. T. minus, Safford 6—8 

8G. T. columnare, Hall 6—8 

87. T. cellulosum, Hall below 

Syn. — Phytopsis cellulosum, Hall. 



ECHINODEEMATA. 



CRINOIDEA. 



Family CYATHOCRINID^l. 
Genus Glyptocrinus, Hall. 

88. G. angularis, S. A. Miller 1—5 

89. G. baeri, Meek 6—7 

90. G. decadaetylus, Hall 1—5 

91. G. dyeri, Meek 3—7 

92. G. dveri, var. sublevis, S. A. Miller 3 — 4 

93. G. fornshelli, S. A. Miller 6—7 

94. G. onealli, Hall 6—7 

95. G. parvus, Hall 3 — 5 

96. G. shafferi, S. A. Miller 3—5 

97. G. bubglobosus, Meek 3 — 5 

98. G. simplex, Wetherby 1—2 

99. G. ulrichi, Wetherby near 4 

Genus Heterocrinus, Hall. 

100. H. constrictus, Hall 3—5 

101. H. constrictus, var. compactus, Meek 3 — 5 

102. H. exilis, Hall 0—2 

103. H. heterodactylus, Hall 0—5 

104. H. heterodact3 T lu?, var near 1 



CATALOGUE OF 



E,ange. 

105. H. juvenis, Hall 4 — 7 

106. H. laxus, Hall near 2 ? 

107. H. simplex, Hall 0—5 

108. H. simplex, var. grandis, Meek — 5 

109. H. tenuis, Billings 1—2 

Sub-genus Iocrinus, Hall. 

110. I. subcrassus, Meek & Worthen 1 — 7 

111. I. geniculates, Ulrich — % 

Genus Anomalocrinus, Meek & Worthen. 

112. A. incurvus, Meek & Worthen 3 — 6 

113. A. caponiformis, Lyon near 4 

Genus Poteriocrinus, Miller. 
Sub-genus Dendrocrinus, Hall. 

114. D. caduceus, Hall 6—7 

115. D. casei, Meek 5 — 7 

116. D. cincinnatiensis, Meek near 4 

117. D. ( ?) curtus, Ulrich 0—1 

118. D. dyeri, Meek 0—1 

119. D. polydactylus, Shumard 6 — 7 

120. D. posticus/ Hall 5 — 7 

121. D. covingtonensis, Wetherby 1 — 2 



CYSTOIDEA. 



Genus Lepocrinites, Conrad. 

122. L. moorei, Meek 6—7 

Genus Agelacrinites, Vanuxern. 

123. A. cincinnatiensis, Koemer 3 — 6 

124. A. holbrooki, James near 6 

125. A. pileus, Hall 3—6 

126. A. septembrachiatus, Miller & Dver near 5 

127. A. vorticellatus, Hall 3—6 

Genus Hemicystites, Hall. 

128. H. granulatus, Hall 3 — 5 

129. H. stellatus, Hall 3—5 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 



Genus Lichen ocrinus, Hall. 

Range. 

130. L. crateriformis, Hall — 3 

131. L. dyeri, Hall 1—6 

132. L. tuberculatus, S. A. Miller 5 — 7 

133. L. pattersoni, S. A. Miller near % ? 

Genus Cyclocystites, Billings & Salter. 

134. C. bellulus, Miller & Dyer ? 

135. C. magnus, Miller & Dyer near 5 

136. C. minus, Miller & Dyer 0—5 

137. C. mundulus, Miller & Dyer 4—5 

138. C. parvus, Miller & Dyer near 5 

Genus Microcystites, Ulrich. 

139. M. globosus, Ulrich near 4 



ASTEROIDEA. 



Genus Pal^e aster, Hall. 

140. P. clarki, S. A. Miller 3—4 

141. P. dyeri, Meek near 3 

142. P. finei, Ulrich 0—1 

143. P. granulosus, Hall 3—4 

144. P. harrisi, Miller near 7 

145. P. incomptus, Meek near 3 

146. P. jamesi, Dana near 3 ? 

147. P. longibrachiatus, S. A. Miller near 6 

148. P. shafferi, Hall near 3 ? 

149. P. simplex, S. A. Miller 3—6 

150. P. spinulosus, Miller & Dyer near 4 

Genus Pal^easterina, McCoy. 

151. P. approximata, Miller & Dyer 6 — 7 

152. P. speciosa, Miller & Dyer near 7 

Genus Stenaster, Billings. 

153. S. grandis, Meek near 7 



10 CATALOGUE OF 



OPHIUROIDEA. 



Genus Protasterina, Ulrich. 

Range. 

154. P. granuli ferus, Meek 1 — 5 

155. P. fimbriata, Ulrich near 1 

156. P. flexuosa, Miller & Dyer 0—2 



MOLLUSCOIDA. 



BRYOZOA. 



Family ESCHARIDiE. 

Genus Ptilodictya, Lonsdale. 

157. P. acuminata, James — 2 

158. P. bergenensis, Ulrich below 

159. P. elegantula (?), Hall ? 

160. P. fenestelliformis, Nicholson ? 

161. P. falciformis, Nicholson 2—6 

162. P. flagellum, Nicholson 6 — 7 

163. P. flexuosa, James 1 — 2 

164. P. granulosa, James 1 — 2 

165. P. hilli, James ? 

166. P. latirama, Ulrich below 

167. P. parallela, James 1 — 2 

168. P. perelegans, Ulrich 6 — 7 

Sub-genus Heterodictya, Nicholson. 

169. H. flabella, Ulrich below 

170. H. maculata, Ulrich 3—6 

171. H. magniflca, S. A. Miller near 7 

172. H. nodosa, James near 6 

173. H. pavonia, D'Orbigny 3 — 5 

Syn. — Chcetetes clathratulus , James. 

Cyclopora jamesi, Prout. 

174. H. plumaria, James near 7 

175. IT. ponderosa, Ulrich — % 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 11 

Genus Artrhopora, Ulrich. 

Range. 

176. A. eniacerata, Nicholson 2 — 3 

177. A. I'ragilis, Billings >*> — 4 

178. A. nitidula, Billings 3—5 

Syn. — Ptilodictija internodia, Miller & Dyer. 

179. A. shafferi, Meek 1—6 

Genus Arthroclema, Billings. 

180. A. ( ?) tenuis, James 0—4 

Genus Intricaria, DeFrance. 

181. 1. ( ?) clathrata, Miller & Dyer near 3 

Family TUBULIFORID^E. 

Genus Ceramopora, Hall. 

181. C. alternata, James 1 — 2 

Svn. — C. concantrica 3 James. 

182. 0. ( ?) beani, James 6—7 

183. C. distincta, Ulrich 1 — 2 

184. C. (?) irregularis, James 1 — 7 

185. C. marginata, Ulrich near 4 

186. C. multipora, James 1 — 5 

187. C. nicholsoni, James 4 — 5 

188. C. ohioensis, Nicholson 1 — 8 

189. C . radiata, James 2 — 5 

190. C. utricula, Ulrich 5—6 

191. C. whitei, James 3 — 5 

Genus Fistulipora, McCoy. 

192. F. flabellata, Ulrich near 4 

193. F. robusta, Ulrich near 2 

194. F. siluriana, James 3 — 4 

Genus Stellipora, Hall. 

195. S. antheloidea, Hall 3—6 

196. S. antheloidea, var. plana, Ulrich 3 — 4 

197. S. limitaris, Ulrich near 7 

Genus Callopora, Hall. 

198. C. cincinnatiensis, Ulrich near 2 

199. C. ( ?) milfordensis, James near 2 



12 CATALOGUE OF 



Genus Ch^etetes, Fischer. 

Range. 

200. C. approximates, Nicholson 2 — Z% 

201. C. astrictus, Ulrich near 4 

202. C. briareus, Nicholson below — % 

203. C. calceolus, Miller & Dyer near 4 

204. C. calyculus, James — y 2 

205. C. cincinnatiensis, James near 4 

206. C. clavacoideus, James . . near 4 

207. C. clavis, Ulrich 0—2 

208. C. compressus, Ulrich 4 — 5 

209. C. crustulatus. James 1 — 6 

210. C. dalei ( ?), Edwards & Haime 3—4 

211. C. delicatulus, Nicholson G — 1]4 

212. C. elegans, Ulrich 3—4 

213. C. discoideus, James 3 — 6 

214. C. expatiatus, Ulrich 3 — 7 

215. C. fletcheri, Edwards & Haime — 7 

216. C. filiasa(?), D'Orbigny 3—7 

217. C. frondosus, D'Orbigny 0—6 

218. C. frondosus, var. decipiens,Rominger 3 — 5 

219. C. gracilis, James near 4 

220. C. granuliferus, Ulrich below 

221. C. implicates, Ulrich 1—2 

222. C. irregularis, Ulrich near 4)^ 

223. C. jamesi, Nicholson 1 — 2 

224. C. lycopodites, Vanuxem 3—8 

225. C. lateralis, Ulrich 1 — 2 

226. C. mammulatus, D'Orbigny 3 — 6 

227. C. meeki, James 6 — 8 

228. C. newberryi, Nicholson 1 — 2 ? 

229. C. nicklesi, Ulrich near 4 

230. C. nodulosus, Nicholson 6 — 7% 

231. C. onealli, James . . — 2 

232. C. onealli, var. sigillaroides, Nicholson — 2 

233. C. papillatus, Mc Coy 3—6 

234. C. petechialis, Nicholson 3 — 5 

235. C. petropolitanus ( ?), Pander 0—2 

236. C. pulchellus ( ?) Edwards & Haime near 1 

237. C. quaclratus, Rominger 6 — 8 

238. C. (?) raripandus, Ulrich 0— % 

239. C. rugosus, Hall (not Edwards & Haime) 1 — 2 

240. C . rectus, Ulrich near 7 

241. C. (?) (Atactopora) simulans, Ulrich 3 — 4 

242. C. subglobosus, Ulrich 1—2 

243. 0. subrotundus, James near 7 

244. C. subpulchellus, Nicholson 3 — 4 

245. C. subquadratus, Ulrich near 7 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 



Range. 

246. C. tuberculatum, Edwards & Haime 2 — 6 

247. C. venustus, Ulrich near 1 

248. C. whiteavesi, Nicholson below — 4 

Sub-genus Dekayia, Edwards & Haime. 

249. D. aspera, Edwards & Haime 3 — 4 

250. D. aspera, var. attrita, Nicholson 3 — 5 

251. D. appressa, Ulrich near 3% 

252. D. minuta, Ulrich 3 — 5 

253. D. obscura, Ulrich 1 — 4 

253a. D. pusulata, Ulrich • .near 3 

Genus Atactopora, Ulrich. 

254. A. hirsuta, Ulrich 1 — 2 

255. A. maculata, Ulrich 1 — 4 

25G. A. multigranosa, Ulrich 4 — 5 

257. A. mundula, Ulrich near 4 

258. A. ortoni, Nicholson near 4 

259. A. septosa, Ulrich near 3 

260. A. subramosa, Ulrich 6—7 

261. A. tenella, Ulrich near 4 

Genus Bythopora, Miller & Dyer. 

262. B. arctipora, Nicholson near 1 

263. B. dendrina, James 3 — 4 

Syn. — B. fruticosa, Miller & Dyer. 

264. B. meeki, James ? 

265. B. parvula^ James near 2 

266. B. (?) (Chfetetes) minuta, James near 5? 

267. B. tenuichorda, Ulrich near 2 

Genus Chonopora, Ulrich. 

268. C. papillata, James near 4 

269. C. lichenoides, James 4 — 7 

270. C. scabra, James 1 — 7 

Family CRISIIDyE. 

Genus Hippothoa, Lamouroux. 

271. II. delicatula, James near 4 

272. H. inllata, Hall 3—7 

Genus Ropalonaria, Ulrich. 

273. R. venosa, Ulrich near 7 



14 CATALOGUE OF 



Genus Stomatopora, Bronn. 

Range. 

274. S. arachnoidea, Hall. . 1 — 6 

275. S. arachnoidea, var. auloporoides, Nicholson.. 2 — 6 

276. S. confusa, Nicholson — 2 

277. 8. frondosa, James 3 — 7 

278. S. ( ?) nexilis, James ? 

Family RETEPORID^E. 

Genus Retepora, Lamark. 

279. R. angulata(?), Hall 2—? 



BEACHIOP ODA. 



Family ORTHID^E. 

Genus Orthis, Dalman. 

280. O. aequivalvis, Hall 3—4 

281. O. bellula, James 3—4 

282. O. b 

283. O. b 

284. O. b 

285. O. b 

286. O. b 
2S7. O. b 

288. O. b 

289. O. b 

290. O. b 



forata, Sehlotheim 

forata, var. lynx, Yon Buch 3 — 7 

forata, var. acuminata, James 3—4 

forata, var. acutilirata, James 3 — 4 

forata, var. dentata, Pander 3 — 5 

forata, var. cypha, James 5 — 7 

forata, var. inflata, James 5 — 7 

forata, var. laticostata, James 3 — 5 

forata, var. profundo-sulcata, Owen ? 

291. O. borealis, Billings •. below 

292. O. clytie, Hall below 

293. O. costata, Hall. Name preoccupied. May be 

called O. pumila, Ulrich ? 

294. O. crassa, James 3 — 6 

295. O. electra(?), Billings 3—4 

296. O. ella, Hall 3—4 

297. O. emacerata, Hall 4 — 5 

298. O. meeki, S. A. Miller 4—5 

299. O. flssicosta, Hall 6—7 

300. O. insculpta, Hall 6—7 

301. O. jamesi,Hall 3 — 5 

302. O. merope, Billings 3 — 4 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 15 



Range. 

303. O. morrowensis, James 3 — 5 

304. O. multisecta, James 0—4 

305. O. multisecta, var. cyclus, James.. near 1 

306. O. neglecta, James ? 

307. O. oithambonites, Pander 3 — 4 

308. O. occidental, Hall 4—7 

309. O. occidentalis, var. sinuata, Hall 3 — 7 

310. O. pectinella, Conrad below 

311. O. pectinella, var. semiovalis, Hall 3 — 4 

312. O. plicatella, Hall 3—5 

313. O. retrorsa, Salter near 6 

314. O. subquadrata, Hall 5 — 7 

315. O. testudinaria( ?), Dalman 

316. O. testudinaria, var. j ugosa, James 5 — 7 

317. O. (Zygospira?) sectostriata, Ulrich 3 — 5 

318. O. t rice ii aria, Conrad below 

319. O. tiiplicatella, Meek 3—4 

Family RHYNCHONELLID^E. 

Genus Rhynchonella, Fischer. 

320. R. capax, Conrad 5 — 1% 

321. R. capax, var. porlamellosa, Whitfield 6 — 7 

322. R. dentata, Hall 6—7 

Family SPIRIFERID^E. 

Genus Trematospira, Hall. 

323. T. granulifera, Meek ? 

324. T.( ?) quadriplicata, S. A. Miller below 

325. T. similis, Ulrich near 4 

Genus Zygospira, Hall. 

326. Z. cincinnatiens's, James 2 — 4 

327. Z. concentrica, Ulrich near 3.5 

328. Z. headi, Billings 6—7 

329. Z. modesta, Say through 

330. Z. modesta, var. kentuckyensis 6 — 7 

Family STROPHOMENID^E. 

Genus Strophomena, Rafinesque. 

331. S. alternata, Conrad 2 — 7 

332. S. alternata, var. alternistriata, Hall ?6 



16 CATALOGUE OK 



Range. 

333. S, alternata, var. loxorhytis, Meek. 3—5 

334. S. alternata, var. nasuta, Conrad near 4 

335. S. declivis, James 

336. S. f racta, Meek 2—4 

337. S. rhomboidalis, Wilckens 5—8 

338. S. rhomboidalis, var. gibbosa, James near % 

339. S. squamula, James 1 — 4 

340. S. tenuilineata, Conrad ? 

341. S. ulrichi, James % — 2 

Genus Streptorhynchus, King. 

342. S. elongatus, James 6 — 7 

343. S. hallianns, S. A. Miller 1—2 

344. S. neglectus, James 6 — 7 

345. S. nutans, James 6 — 7 

346. S. planoconvexus, Hall near 3 

347. S. sinuatus, Emmons 3 — 5 

348. S. subtentus, Conrad 6—7 

349. S. subtentus, var. planumbonus, Hall 6 — 7 

350. S. sulcatus, Verneuil 6 — 7 

351. S. vetustus, James 6 — 7 

Genus Leptlena, Dalman. 

352. L. plicatella, Ulrich 0—1 

353. L. sericea, Sowerby through 

354. L. sericea, var. aspera, James 1 — 2 

Family CRANIID^E. 

Genus Crania, Retzius. 

355. C. alternata, James above 6 

356. C. asperula, James above 6 

357. C. costata, James above 6 

358. C. dyeri, S. A. Miller below 2 

359. C. laelia, Hall 2—7 

360. C. multipunctata, S. A. Miller 1—4 

361. C. parallela, Ulrich 1—2 

362. C. percarinata, Ulrich 1 — 2 

363. C. reticularis, S. A. Miller above 6 

364. C. scabiosa, Hall 1—7 

365. C. socialis, Ulrich 1-? 

Genus Schizocrania, Hall & Whitfield. 

366. S. flilosa, Hall 0—5 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 17 



Genus Pholidops, Hall. 

Range. 

367. P. cincinnatiensis, Hall 1 — 5 

Family DISCINID^. 

Genus Discina, Lamark. 

368. D. pelopea( ?), Billings 1—2 

369. D.( ?) punctata, Ulrich 1—2 

370. D. sublamellosa, Ulrich 1 — 2 

371. D. tenuistriata, Ulrich 1 — 2 

Genus Trematis, Sharpe. 

372. T. crassipuncta, Ulrich 3 — 4 

373. T. dyeri, S. A. Miller 3—4 

374. T. magna, Ulrich below 

375. T. millepunctata, Hall 2—7 

376. T. punetostriata, Hall 2—5 

377. T. terminalis, Conrad 4? 

378. T. quincuncialis, Miller & Dyer. . near 6 

Family LINGULID^E. 

Genus Lingula, Bruguiere. 

379. L. belliformis, Ulrich 0—1 

380. L. bisulcata, Ulrich 1—2 

381. L. cobourgensis, Billings below — 2 

Syn. — L. covingtonensis, Hall & Whitfield. 

382. L. daphne, Billings 3—4 

Syn. — L. attenuata, Hall (non Sowerby.) 

383. L. modesta, Ulrich below 

384. L. norwoodi, James ? 

385. L. quadrata, Eichwald below 

386. L. riciniformis, Hall below — 4 

387. L. vanhornei, S. A. Miller 4—6 

Genus Lingulella, Salter. 

388. L. cincinnatiensis, Hall & Whitfield 3 — 5 

Genus Leptobolus, Hall. 

389. L. elongatus 0— % 

390. L. insignis, Hall 0—1 

390a.L. lepis, Hall 0—1 



18 CATALOGUE OF 



MOLLU8CA. 



GASTEROPODA. 



Family MURICID^E. 
Genus Fusispira, Hall. 

Range. 

391. F. subfusiformis, Hall near 1 

392. F. terebriformis, Hall ? 

Family PYRAMID ELLID^E. 

Genus Subulites, Conrad. 

393. S. acceptus, Ulrich below 

Family BELLEROPHONTID^E. 

Genus Bellerophon, Montfort. 

394. B. bilobatus, Sowerby through 

395. B. capax, Ulrich near 2 

396. B. mohri, S. A. Miller near G 

397. B. morrowensis, Miller & Dyer 4—7 

Genus Bucania, Hall. 

398. B. expansa, Hall 6 — 7 

399. B. bidorsata, Hall . 1—2 

400. B. costata, James near 4 

Geuus Carinaropsis, Hall. 

401. C. patelliformis, Hall 0—5 

Genus Ctrtolites, Conrad. 

402. C. earinatus, S. A, Miller 0—2 

403. C. compressus, Conrad near 4 

404. C. dyeri, Hall , 4—7 

405. C. elegans, S. A. Miller 6—7 

406. C. magnus, S. A. Miller near 5 

407. C. nitidulus, LTlrich 0—}£ 

408. C. ornatus, Conrad 1 — 7 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 19 

Genus Microceras, Hall. 

Range. 

409. M. inornatum, Hall 0—7 

410. M. minutissimum, Ulrich 3 — 5 

Family PLEUROTOMARIID^E. 

Genus Pleurotomaria, DeFrance. 

411. P. ambigua, Hall near 2 

412. P. dryope( ?), Billings. (P. carinata, James). ... ? 

413. P. halli, 8. A. Miller 3—4 

414. P. ohioensis, James — 2 

415. P. subconiea, Hall 3—8 

41G. P. subtilistriata, Hall 1—2 

417. P. tropidophora, Meek near 2 

418. P. calphurnia( ?), Billings near 4 

Genus Murchisonia, D'Archiac. 

419. M. angustata, Hall ? 

420. M. augustina, Billings 3 — 5 

421. M. bellicincta, Hall 3—7 

422. M. decurta, Hall 1—2 

423. M. gracilis, Hall 1—3 

424. M. perangulata, Hall near 1 

425. M. milleri, Hall 1—4 

426. M. multigruma, S.A.Miller 5—8 

427. M. simulatrix, Billings near 8 

428. M. sumnerensis, Safford 3—7 

429. M. uniangulata, Hall. ... near 3% 

Genus Trochonema, Salter. 

430. T. umbilicatum, Hall below 0—8 

Genus Raphistoma, Hall. 

431. R. lenticulare, Conrad — 8 

432. R. planistria, Hall G— 8 

Family SOLARIDJ1. 

Genus Ophileta, Vanuxem. 

433. O. levata( ?), Vanuxem below 



20 CATALOGUE OF 



Family TURBINIDiE. 
Genus Cyclora, Hall. 

Range. 

434. C. depressa, Ulrich 0— 

435. C. hoffmani, S. A. Miller 

436. C. minuta, Hall 0—8 

437. C. parvula, Hall 0—8 

Genus Holopea, Hall. 

438. H. (Cyclonema?) minor, James 3 — 5 

439. H. obliqua, Hall near 3 

440. H. paludinaformis, Hall near 3 

Genus Cyclonema, Hall. 

441. C. bilix, Hall 3—8 

442. C. conieum, S. A. Miller 6—7 

443. C. fluctuatum, James 6 — 7 

444. C. montrealense, Billings near 3 

445. C. perearinatum, Hall — % 

446. C. phaedra, Billings 3 — 5 

447. C. pyramidatum, James 3 — 7 

448. C. transversum, Ulrich near 3 

449. C. varicosum, Hall near 4 



PTEROPODA. 



Family CONULARIDJI. 

Genus Conularia, Miller. 

450. C. formosa, Miller & Dyer 1—6 

451. C. quadrata, Walcott below 

452. C. trentonenis, Hall below — % 

Family HYOLITHIDJI. 

Genus Hyolithes, EichwalcL 

453. H. americanus, Billings — 7 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 21 



CEPHALOPODA. 



Family ORTHOCERATID^E. 
Genus Orthoceras, Breynius. 

Range, 

454. O. annellum, Conrad near 4 

455. O. amplicameratum, Hall near 1 

45(5. O. carleyi, Hall & Whitfield near 3 

457. O. cincinnatiensis, S. A. Miller 

458. O. fosteri, S. A. Miller 6—7 

Syn. 0. duseri, Hall & Whitfield 

459. O. byrnesi, S. A. Miller ? 

460. O. dyeri, S. A. Miller ? 

461. O. halli, S. A. Miller 6—7 

462. O. harperi, S. A. Miller 3—? 

463. O. mohri, 8. A. Miller 6—8 

464. O. junceum, Hall 0—2 

465. O. ortoni, Meek 2—? 

466. O. transversum, S. A. Miller 0—3 

467. O. turbidum, Hall & Whitfield 3—5 

Genus Ormoceras, Hall. 
.468. O. tenuifilum, Hall below 

Genus Endoceras, Hall. 

469. E. annulatnm, Hall ? 

470. E. approximatum, Hall ? 

471. E. magniventrum, Hall — 2 

472. E. proteiforme, Hall 0—7? 

473. E. subcentrale, Hall ? 



Family GOMPHOCERATIDJ). 

Genus Gomphoceras, Sowerby. 

474. G. eos, Hall & Whitfield near 7 

175. G. acceptum, Ulrich .... 3 — 4 



22 CATALOGUE OF 



Family PHRAGMOCERATIDiE. 
Genus Phragmoceras, Broderip. 

< Range. 

476. P. hector ( ?), Billings ? 

Family LITUITID^. 

Genus Trocholites, Conrad. 

477. T. ammonius, Conrad 1 — ? 

478. T. circularis, Miller & Dyer near 5 

479. T. minusculus, Miller & Dyer below 2 

Family TROCHOCERATIDiE. 

Genus Trochoceras, Barrande. 

480. T. baeri, Meek & Worthen 6—7 

Family CYRTOCERATIDJ]. 

Genus Cyrtoceras, Goldfuss. 

481. C. amoenum, S. A. Miller near 7 

482. C. magister, S. A. Miller near 2 

483. C. ventricosum, S. A. Miller near 2 

484. C. vallandighami, S. A. Miller near 4 



LAMELLIBRANCHIATA. 



Family AMBONYCHIIDJ]. 

Genus Ambontchia, Hall. 

485. A. bellistriata, Hall 0—2 

486. A. (?) casei, Meek & Worthen 6— 1% 

487. A. costata, James 3 — 6 

488. A. obtusa, Hall ? 

489. A. radiata, Hall 1—7 

490. A. retrorsa, S. A. Miller %-A 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 23 

Genus Anomalodonta, S. A. Miller. 

Range. 

491. A. gigantea, S. A. Miller 6—73^ 

492. A. alata, Meek 3 — 5 

Genus Angellum, S. A. Miller. 

493. A. cuneatum, S. A. Miller 6—7 

Family ARCID^E. 

Genus Megambonia, Hall. 

494. M. jamesi, Meek 3--5 

Genus Tellinomya, Hall. 

495. T. cincinnatiensis, Hall ? 

496. T. cingulata, Ulrich 7—8 

497. T. gibbosa, Hall ? 

498. T. hilli, S. A. Miller 5—7 

499. T. levata, Hall 1—8 

500. T. obliqua, Hall 0—8 ? 

501. T. nasuta, Hall 0— % 

502. T. peetuneiiloides, Hall 3 — 5 

Family NUCULID^E. 

Genus Nuculites, Conrad. 

503. N". yoldiaformis, Ulrich 1 — 2 

Family TRIGONID^. 
Genus Lyrodesma, Conrad. 

504. L. cincinnatiensis, Hall 1 — 5 

505. L. planum, Conrad 1 — 3 

506. L. postriatum, Emmons — 2 

Family CYFRINID^:. 
Genus Cycloconcha, S. A. Miller. 

507. C. mediocardinalis, S. A. Miller 1 — 3 

Genus Cypricardites, Conrad. 

508. C. dorsatus, Ulrich. Proposed instead of C. 

carinatus. Meek, which was preoccupied . . 2 — 4 



24 CATALOGUE OF 



Range. 

509. C. hainesi, S. A. Miller G— 8 

510. C. hintti, Billings ? 

511. C. quadrangularis, Whitfield near 6 

512. C. sterlingensis, Meek & Worthen 6— 7>£ 

513. C. subtruncatus, Hall below 

514. C. ventricosus, Hall below 

Genus Cleidophorus, Hall. 

515. C. ellipticus, Ulrich 1—2 

516. C. fabulus, Hall 0—7? 

517. C. major, Ulrich . . near 4 

518. C. planulatus, Conrad 1 — 2 

519. C. subellipticus, Ulrich near 4 



Family ANATINIDiE. 

Genus Cuneamya, Hall & Whitfield. 

520. C. ampla, Ulrich 0—4 

521. C. curta, Whitfield 4—6 

522. C. contracta, Ulrich near 4 

523. C. inflata, Ulrich 3—5 

524. C. (Sedgwickia?) neglecta, Meek 1 — 7 

525. C. miamiensis, Hall & Whitfield 6—7 

526. C. scapha, Hall and Whitfield 3—7 

527. C. subcurta, Ulrich 3—4 

Genus Sedgwickia, McCoy. 

528. S. ( ?) compresssa, Meek 3—4 

529. S. (?) divaricata. Hall and Whitfield near 6? 

530. S. ( ?) fragilis, Meek 3—4 

531. S. ( ?) lunulata, Whitfield 4—6 

Family PTERINIID^E. 

Genus Pterinea, Goldfuss. 

532. P. bellilineata, Billings 5—8 

Syn. — P. corrugata, James. 

533. P. demissa, Conrad 3 — 8 

534. P. insueta, Conrad 3 — 6 

535. P. mucronata, Ulrich 1 — 2 

536. P. welchi, James near 5 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 25 

Family MYTILIID^. 
Genus Anodontopsis, McCoy. 

Range. 

537. A. (?) milleri, Meek 6—7 

538. A. ( ?) (Modiolopsis?) unionoides, Meek 3—4 

Genus Modiolopsis, Hall. 

539. M. anodontoicles, Conrad near 3^ 

540. M. eincinnatiensis, Hal) & Whitfield — 1 

541. M. concentrica, Hall & Whitfield 3—7 

54la.M. cuneiformis, James near 5 

542. M. curta, Hall 3—7 

543. M. faba, Conrad 0—3 

544. M. modiolaris, Conrad 1 — 7 

545. M. raodioliformis, Meek & Worthen near % 

546. M. nasuta, Conrad near 4 

547. M. pholadiformis, Foster & Whitney 5 — 7 

548. M. terminalis, Hall near 4 

549. M. truncata, Hall 3—6 

550. M. versaillesensis, S. A. Miller 6 — 7 

Family ORTHONOTID^E. 

Genus Orthonota, Conrad. 

551. O, pholadis, Conrad 3 — 6 

Genus Orthodesma, Hall & Whitfield. 

552. O. cancellatum, Ulrich 1 — 2 

553. O. contractum, Hall 3 — 6 

554. O. curvatum, Hall & Whitfield 3—6 

555. O. mickelboroughi, Whitfield near 6? 

556. O. parallelum, Hall 2—6 

557. O. rectum, Hall & Whitfield 4—6 

558. O. subovale, Ulrich 4 — 6 

559. O. intermedium, Ulrich. .. . 3 — 4 

Family CARDIOMORPHID^E. 

Genus Cardiomorpha, DeKoninck. 

560. C. obliquata, Meek near 6 



26 CATALOGUE OF 



AETIOULATA, 



ANNELIDA. 



Order ERRANTIA. 
Genus Protoscolex, Ulricli. 

Range. 

561. P. covingtonensis, Ulrich near 1 

562. P. ornatus, Ulrich ..... near 1 

563. P. simplex, Ulrich near 1 

564. P. tenuis, Ulrich near 1 

565. P. (?) flaccidus, Ulrich near \% 

Genus Eotrophonia, Ulrich. 

566. E. setigera, Ulrich near 1 

Genus Walcottia, Miller & Dyer. 

567. W. cookana, Miller & Dyer near 4 

568. W. rugosa, Miller & Dyer 2 — 4 

Genus Nereidavus, Grinnell. 

569. IS", varians, Grinnell 1—7 

Genus Eunicites, Ehlers. 

570. E. simplex, Hinde near 3 

571. E. paucidens, Ulrich .near 3 

572. E. subcontortus, Ulrich near 3 

Genus Oenonites, Ehlers. 

573. O. longidens, Ulrich near 3 

Genus Lumbriconercites, Ehlers. 

574. L. dactylodus, Hinde near 3 

575. L. excavatus, Ulrich near 3 

Genus Arabellites, Hinde. 

576. A. lunatus, Hinde near 3 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 27 

Range. 

577. A. minor, Ulrieh near 3 

578. A. parallelus, Ulrieh near 3 

579. A. quadratus, Hinde near 3 

580. A. tridentatus, Ulrieh near 3 

Order TUBICOLA. 

Genus Conchicolites, Nicholson. 

581. C. corrugatus, Nicholson 3— G 

582. C. flexuosus, Hall 0—6 

583. C. minor, Nicholson 3—6 

Genus Spirorbis, Lamark. 

584. S. cincinnatiensis, Miller & Dyer near 4? 

585. S. lovelandensis, James ? 

Genus Serpulites, McLeay. 

586. S. dissolutus, Billings 0—4 

Genus Tentaculites, Schlotheim. 

587. T. richmondensis, S. A. Miller 6—7 

588. T. sterlingensis, Meek & Worthen 3^—2 

589. T. tenuistriatus, Meek & Worthen %— 2 



CRUSTACEA. 



Family ACIDASPID^E. 

Genus Acidaspis, Murchison. 

590. A. cincinnatiensis, Meek 1 — 6? 

591. A. anchoralis, S. A. Miller near 4 

592. A. crossota, Locke near 1 

593. A. onealli, S. A. Miller near 6 

594. A.trentonensis, Hall % — 2 

Family CERAURIDJ1. 

Genus Ceraurus, Green. 

595. C. icarus, Billings 6 — 7 



28 CATALOGUE OF 



Range. 

596. C. perforator ( ?), Billings ? 

597. C. pleurexanthemus, Green 3 — 7 

Family PARADOXID^E. 

Genus Triarthrus, Green. 

598. T. becki, Green 0—1 

Family CALYMENIDJ1. 

Genus Calymene, Brongniart. 

599. C. callicephala (senaria), Green — 7^ 

600. C. christyi, Hall 6—7 

Family PRCETIDyE. 

Genus Prcetus, Steininger. 

601. P. parviusculas, Hall near 4 

602. P. (?) spurlocki, Meek 1—2 

Family PHACOPID^E. 

Genus Dalmanites, Ernmerick. 

603. D. achates, Billings near 2 

604. D. breviceps, Hall near 6 

605. D. callicephalus, Hall 2—4 

606. D. carleyi, Meek 3—5 

Family LICHASID^E. 

Genus Lichas, Dalman. 

607. L. trentonensis ( ?), Conrad near 4 

608. L. harrisi, S. A. Miller 4—7 

Family TRINUCLEIDA 

Genus Trinucleus, Lhwyd. 

609. T. bellulus, Ulrich 0— \% 

610. T. concentricus, Eaton 0—2 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 29 

Family ASAPHIDiE. 
Genus Asaphus, Brongniart. 

Eange. 

611. A. gigas, Dekay 0—7^ 

612. A. megistos, Locke — *l% 



Order OSTRACODA. 
Genus Beyrichia, McCoy. 

613. B. chambersi, S. A. Miller 0—7 

614. B. ciliata, Emmons 1 — 3 

G15. B. duryi, S. A. Miller near 4 

616. B. elongata, Ulricb near 8 

617. B. oculifera, Hall 4—5 

618. B. regularis, Emmons 6 — 7 

)19. B. persulcata, Ulrich 1 — 2 

620. B. riehardsoni, S. A. Miller 6—7 

Genus Primitia, Jones. 

521. P. bipartia, Ulrich near 8 

522. P. bivertex, Ulrich 0—1 

523. P. byrnesi, S. A. Miller 0—1 

524. P. cincinnatiensis, S. A. Miller — 2 

525. P. crepiformis, Ulrich 1 — 2 

626. P. logani, Jones 7^—8 

627. P. striatomarginata, S. A. Miller 7)^—8 

Genus Leperditia, Ronault. 

628. L. glabra, Ulrich 7—8 

629. L. josephana, Jones below ( ?) 

630. L. radiata, Ulrich 0—1 

631. L. tumida, Ulrich below 

Genus Isochilina, Jones. 

632. I. ampla, Ulrich below ( ?) 

633. I. approximata, Ulrich near 8 

634. I. gibbosa, Ulrich below 

635. I. latimarginata (?), Ulrich below (?) 

636. I. ( ?) minutissima, Hall, 0—8 

Genus Cytheropsis, McCoy. 

637. C. cylindrica, Hall below 0—8 

638. C. unicornis, Ulrich 0—1 



30 CATALOGUE OP 



Genus Cythere, Muller. 

Range. 

639. C. cincinnatiensis, Meek near 4 

640. C. irregularis, S. A. Miller near 4 



INCERTA SEDES. 

Genus Anomaloides, Ulrich. 

641. A. reticulatus, Ulrich near 3 

Genus Lepidolites, Ulrich. 

642. L. dickhauti, Ulrich near 1% 

643. L. elongatus, Ulrich near 1% 

Genus Plumulites, Barrande. 

644. P. jauiesi, Hall & Whitfield 0— ? 

645. P. (?) dubius, Ulrich 3—4 

Genus Pasceolus, Billings. 

646. P. claudi, S. A . Miller 3—5 

647. P. darwini, S. A. Miller 3—5 

648. P. globosus, Billings , 0—6 



DPISCES (P). 



MARSIPOBRANCHII (?). 



Genus Depranodus, Pander. 

649. D. subreetus, Ulrich 0—% 

650. D. sulcatus, Ulrich 0— sj 

Genus Prioniodus, Pander. 

651. P. disparilis, Ulrich near 4 



CINCINNATI GROUP FOSSILS. 31 



ADDENDA. 



Genus Ch^tetes, Fischer. 

Range. 

G52. C. aequalis, Ulrich near 1 

653. C. concavus, Ulrich near 4 

G54. C. ramosus, D'Orbigny 3 — 6 

655. C. varians, James 6 — 7 

Genus Streptorhynchus, King. 
65G S. filitextus, Hall near 7 



Genus Brachiospongia, Marsh. 

Range. 

52a. B. digitata, Owen. below ( ?) 

52£». B. roemerana, Marsh below ( ?) 

52c. B. lyoni, Marsh below (?) 

52(2. B. tuberculata, James near 7? 

Genus Enoploura, Wetherby, 
612a. E. balanoides, Meek 3 — 7>£ 

Genus Ortiioceras, Breynius. 

462«. O. hindei, James 1 — 2 

4626. O. meeki, Miller ? 



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